Poem: Phases

By: Christie Lee


Nowhere to be seen,
she hides behind the darkness.
The newest of all.

Peeping on the side,
forming her sickle presence.
Like a bright smile.

Crossing the midpoint,
she has both light and shadows.
Half her flaws are seen.

Conquered the darkness,
an illuminated face.
She has been exposed.


Christie Lee watches Korean dramas and variety shows with the help of English subtitles. When she isn’t playing Galaga at home, she is at the driving range chipping and putting. She always feels ecstatic when she gets a hold of The 1975’s concert tickets.


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